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Can anyone help identify this car?

Basically, my friend was doing yard work and he said he saw a car that had a tree growing out of it. He talked to the lady, and she said that it was a Jag and that he could have it if he wanted to dig it out, and quite literally, dig it out. He thought it was a XK120 at first, but then once he looked at it again, he said it wasn't and after he showed me pictures I am stumped too. Maybe I am over thinking this?

We also thought it was an E-type, but he said it is too short for one and the door sills don't match up. The other possibility could be franken-car I guess.

Thanks for lookin'!
Tanner

Pictures here:
http://www.jaguarforums.com/forum/general-tech-help-7/help-identify-jag-102724/#- post813493
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  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Sonoma, CaliforniaPosts: 64,490
    No certainly not an E-type.

    It looks like two rear sections--the one to the right is an Austin Healey, and the one to the left might be something like a Sunbeam Talbot. I don't think this is one car, but two rear halves of two cars.
  • texasestexases Posts: 8,802
    And in that condition, worth about zero, I'd guess.
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